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Interview | Traveling with a wheelchair


Interview with Natalia Vindas, working for a travel agency in Costa Rica and our new Ambassador

Natalia Vindas sitting on a surf board with seat at a canal with houses in the background

Natalia Vindas is a passionate wheelchair traveller. She has been working for a travel agency in Costa Rica and loves to promote accessible activities in her country. Since 2021 she has become an Ambassador for Wheelchair traveller. Below our interview with her. Why are you passionate to promote accessible travel? I am passionate to promote …

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Interview with Veneranda Mateo, Advocat for accessible tourism in the Philippines

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Interview with Nalutporn Krairiksh, a Thai activist for accessibility

Nalutporn Krairiksh  shares with Wheelchairtraveller.org her passion for wheelchair access in Bangkok, Thailand. Nalutporn Krairiksh, is 28 years old. A human rights activist and journalist at the Prachatai daily web newspaper which is an independent non for profit web based newspaper in Bangkok. She focuses on topics related to disability in her home country Thailand. …

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Interview with Jocelyn, founder of accesstrip.org

Jocelyn, in a wheelchair since a serious accident in 2001, is at the founder of accesstrip.org. He calls himself a “globeroller” and wants to create an online tool that would help people with reduced mobility with their travels. The main purpose of the website is to share travel information all around the world and facilitate the exchange …

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Susie Twydell shares with us her passion for travelling the world

Susie Twydell, resident in London, UK has been passionate about travelling way before she was bound to a wheelchair by Multiple Sklerosis in 2012. However, she was shocked by the lack of information available for people with disability in regards to travel. That is why she founded Wheelchair World – a non-for profit website that …

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Interview with Martin Heng, Lonely Planet’s Accessible Travel Manager

Martin Heng shares with wheelchairtraveller.org his passion for visiting countries and regions off the beaten track. Resident in Melbourne, Australia and working for the iconic guidebook publisher Lonely Planet Martin always has been lobbying for services for people with disabilities. He has founded a Blog and a Pinterest account in 2013 to raise awareness on the …

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